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Russ L. Holbrook

Adjunct Faculty - CBM

Departments

CBM

Biography

Russ is a passionate human resources academic/practitioner who is known for enabling individuals, teams and organizations to achieve their business goals in powerful, measurable and sustainable ways. With extensive experience in designing, implementing and evaluating Human Resources initiatives, Russ has a proven track record of success that is repeatable. Russ has deep expertise in all aspects of Human Resources. Russ gained his Bachelor of Music Education degree from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh and holds a Masters of Arts degree from Marquette University. In addition, Russ completed post graduate work at the University of California, Irvine, earning a certificate in eLearning Instructional Design. Russ is a Senior Certified Professional garnered through the Society for Human Resources Management. Since 2014, Russ has served as an adjunct instructor with Cardinal Stritch University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, teaching undergraduate and MBA courses. Currently, Russ is an advisor/instructor at Rutgers University. Russ is a Senior Certified Professional garnered through the Society for Human Resources Management.

Education

  • B.M., Univ Of Wisconsin-Oshkosh
  • M.A., Marquette University

Expertise

Russ has deep expertise in all aspects of Human Resources, including talent acquisition and management, building teams, executive coaching, leadership assessment and feedback, succession planning, designing coaching and mentoring systems, performance impr

Publications & Presentations

SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS DES PLAINES ILLINOIS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE HR 101 THE TECHNOLOGY AND MANUFACTURING ASSOCIATION Using Social Media to Attract and Hire Top Talent NATIONAL SOCIETY FOR PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENT Building Teams through Appreciativ

Why Stritch?

"I teach at Cardinal Stritch University because a values-based educational system is imperative to success in today's complex world."

- Russ L. Holbrook